Meet the team

Sharon Howe

Home Manager

The Home Manager runs all aspects of the home, taking care of the business side of things and ensuring their home provides a high standard of care. While each Manager brings their own flair to the role, they do all have some qualities in common, especially their leadership and organisational skills. The role is very varied, involving plenty of resident interaction alongside the more administrative work to keep the home running smoothly. Our Managers typically hold, or are working towards, a relevant qualification and have proven experience in caring for older people.

‘As the Home Manager I feel very fortunate to be given the opportunity and the responsibility to care for our residents and I am proud to be the Home Manager of Belmont View’ – Sharon Howe

Rupert Kingsford

Chef Manager

The Chef Manager runs the kitchen, leading their team to provide a cost effective service that never compromises on quality. They oversee every aspect of the catering operation, manage budgets, monitor performance and make sure we meet the diverse dietary needs of our residents. Chef Managers bring relevant qualification and experience with them to the role, but each one quickly adapts to the needs of their particular home and keeps the kitchen running without a hitch to provide residents the with varied, healthy and delicious meals that help to make the home their home.

‘I enjoy being able to provide an enjoyable, quality food experience for the residents’ – Rupert Kingsford

Nathan Burton

Deputy Manager

Robert Hart

Night Care Team Manager

Care Team Managers lead our care teams from the front. Their primary focus is to maximise the quality of life for all their residents while also helping to maintain the day-to-day efficiency of the home. As a general rule, the Care Team Manager holds an NVQ Level 2 or similar and has practical experience in caring for older people. Above all else, the role requires two qualities: fantastic team work skills and a strong commitment to care.

‘I like working for Quantum Care as they have the residents’ needs at the heart of everything they do and offer plenty of training to help staff in their roles’ – Robert Hart

Gillian Doughty

Administrator

The Administrator will focus on the smooth running of the home; in whatever area they may be needed. From greeting visitors to recruiting, the Administrator is present in many aspects of life in the home, even if you don’t always see them! To be successful in the role, our Administrators have to be flexible and calm, able to multi-task and always keen to take on a new challenge. It’s often the Administrator that brings the IT skills to a home, helping them to keep everything organised. Above that though, Administrators are communicators, able to speak confidently and listen closely to everyone from Managers and Care Workers to visitors and residents.

‘I enjoy my work mostly because of the variety I find in it, but also because it gives me a chance to keep things organised and to meet and interact with people’ – Gillian Doughty

Cindy Wright

Administrator

The Administrator will focus on the smooth running of the home; in whatever area they may be needed. From greeting visitors to recruiting, the Administrator is present in many aspects of life in the home, even if you don’t always see them! To be successful in the role, our Administrators have to be flexible and calm, able to multi-task and always keen to take on a new challenge. It’s often the Administrator that brings the IT skills to a home, helping them to keep everything organised. Above that though, Administrators are communicators, able to speak confidently and listen closely to everyone from Managers and Care Workers to visitors and residents.

‘The chance to meet people from all walks of life is the one of the highlights of my job and talking and care for those who need some support and company is a very rewarding experience’ – Cindy Wright

Anne Llewellyn

Activity Care Worker

The Activity Care Worker is creative, outgoing, caring and enthusiastic, traits that serve them well in providing the varied activity programmes to stimulate and entertain their residents. Challenges are a fixture of the job but the rewards are undeniable as the Activity Care Worker gets to bring new experiences to the residents and plays a large part in creating the friendly, open and supportive environments that are so important to a happy home. Training is comprehensive, so with or without prior experience, the Activity Care Worker is more than able to keep their residents active and happy in a fun and friendly setting.

‘I started working in care a long time ago and it’s been a large part of my life, one I’m happy to have had’ – Anne Llewellyn

Jamie Weymouth

Activity Care Worker

The Activity Care Worker is creative, outgoing, caring and enthusiastic, traits that serve them well in providing the varied activity programmes to stimulate and entertain their residents. Challenges are a fixture of the job but the rewards are undeniable as the Activity Care Worker gets to bring new experiences to the residents and plays a large part in creating the friendly, open and supportive environments that are so important to a happy home. Training is comprehensive, so with or without prior experience, the Activity Care Worker is more than able to keep their residents active and happy in a fun and friendly setting.

‘I enjoy helping people, staying busy, new challenges and knowing that not every day is the same’ – Jamie Weymouth